Emily Micucci

Staff Writer
Emily Micucci joined the Worcester Business Journal news staff in July 2012. She covers the health care, education and retail industries, as well as hospitality and law. She is also the chief writer for the bi-monthly MetroWest495 Biz magazine. Prior to joining the Worcester Business Journal, Emily covered the cities of Fitchburg and Leominster for the Sentinel & Enteprise. She earned her bachelor's degree in journalism from St. Joseph's College of Maine.

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A new era for Aubuchon after outsourcing distribution

In August, Aubuchon Hardware announced it would cease distribution operations in Westminster, a decision that CEO William Aubuchon, IV admitted was a...

Nurses group opposes staffing ballot question

The Massachusetts chapter of the American Nurses Association has joined a coalition opposing a ballot question to mandate nurse staffing ratios in...

Print preview: Creating a hardware empire in a post-Amazon world

In a 300-word preview of story set to be published Jan. 22, WBJ Staff Writer Emily Micucci dives into William Aubuchon, IV's passion to build a...

Health Policy Commission offers $10M for lower-cost care projects

The Massachusetts Health Policy Commission is offering $10 million in grants to applicants with proposals to shift health care away from high-cost...

Health Foundation opens community health grants round

The Health Foundation of Central Massachusetts is inviting organizations to apply for grants through its 2018 Activation Fund.

Fallon Health names elder care exec

The Worcester-based health insurer has promoted Annamaria Salisbury to lead its Summit ElderCare program as executive director.

Best of Business: Expansive grounds, indoor spaces make the EcoTarium tops again

The Worcester EcoTarium is a favorite Central Massachusetts attraction for families with children, but with ample parking, expansive grounds and...

NAI Glickman Kovago & Jacobs on the edge of the new Worcester

At long last, Worcester is the site of true urban revitalization, and on the edge of anticipated projects is a homegrown commercial real estate firm...

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